Justin Revenaugh
Justin Revenaugh
Unknown affiliation
Verified email at umn.edu
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
A high-resolution, absolute-dated Holocene and deglacial Asian monsoon record from Dongge Cave, China
CA Dykoski, RL Edwards, H Cheng, D Yuan, Y Cai, M Zhang, Y Lin, ...
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 233 (1-2), 71-86, 2005
14932005
Interpolating the isotopic composition of modern meteoric precipitation
GJ Bowen, J Revenaugh
Water Resources Research 39 (10), 2003
10462003
Quantifying surface water–groundwater interactions using time series analysis of streambed thermal records: Method development
CE Hatch, AT Fisher, JS Revenaugh, J Constantz, C Ruehl
Water Resources Research 42 (10), 2006
5192006
Climate response to orbital forcing across the Oligocene-Miocene boundary
JC Zachos, NJ Shackleton, JS Revenaugh, H Pälike, BP Flower
Science 292 (5515), 274-278, 2001
4622001
Seismic evidence for silicate melt atop the 410-km mantle discontinuity
J Revenaugh, SA Sipkin
Nature 369 (6480), 474-476, 1994
3061994
Mantle layering from ScS reverberations: 3. The upper mantle
J Revenaugh, TH Jordan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B12), 19781-19810, 1991
2991991
Mantle layering from ScS reverberations: 2. The transition zone
J Revenaugh, TH Jordan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 96 (B12), 19763-19780, 1991
2951991
The D ″discontinuity and its implications
ME Wysession, T Lay, J Revenaugh, Q Williams, EJ Garnero, R Jeanloz, ...
The core-mantle boundary region 28, 273-297, 1998
2421998
Ultralow velocity zone at the core‐mantle boundary
EJ Garnero, J Revenaugh, Q Williams, T Lay, LH Kellogg
The core‐mantle boundary region 28, 319-334, 1998
2001998
A correlation between ultra-low basal velocities in the mantle and hot spots
Q Williams, J Revenaugh, E Garnero
Science 281 (5376), 546-549, 1998
1731998
Seismic evidence of partial melt within a possibly ubiquitous low-velocity layer at the base of the mantle
J Revenaugh, R Meyer
Science 277 (5326), 670-673, 1997
1521997
Seismic detection of folded, subducted lithosphere at the core–mantle boundary
AR Hutko, T Lay, EJ Garnero, J Revenaugh
Nature 441 (7091), 333-336, 2006
1252006
A study of mantle layering beneath the western Pacific
J Revenaugh, TH Jordan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 94 (B5), 5787-5813, 1989
1141989
A scattered-wave image of subduction beneath the Transverse Ranges
J Revenaugh
Science 268 (5219), 1888-1892, 1995
941995
Small‐scale ultralow‐velocity zone structure imaged by ScP
S Rost, J Revenaugh
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 108 (B1), 2003
802003
Seismic detection of rigid zones at the top of the core
S Rost, J Revenaugh
Science 294 (5548), 1911-1914, 2001
772001
Mantle discontinuity structure beneath China
J Revenaugh, SA Sipkin
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 99 (B11), 21911-21927, 1994
771994
Upper mantle seismic shear discontinuities of the Pacific
B Bagley, J Revenaugh
Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth 113 (B12), 2008
752008
Anticorrelated seismic velocity anomalies from post-perovskite in the lowermost mantle
AR Hutko, T Lay, J Revenaugh, EJ Garnero
Science 320 (5879), 1070-1074, 2008
702008
Microseismic measurement of wave-energy delivery to a rocky coast
PN Adams, RS Anderson, J Revenaugh
Geology 30 (10), 895-898, 2002
692002
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20